Margaritas are one of the classic summer cocktails. In this episode of The Easiest Way, the Chowhound Test Kitchen's Christine Gallary demonstrates our Classic 3-2-1 Margarita Recipe and gives a few tips for how to make a great margarita every time.
In this episode of Kitchen Essentials we visit Christopher Lier, Head Baker at Bub and Grandma's in Los Angeles, where he talks us through his favorite tools as a baker and pastry chef. Chris shows us his petty knife, bench scraper, French-style rolling pins, and more. Watch to learn why Chris is such a fan of these tools and considers them to be his kitchen essentials.
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Welcome to Open Kitchen, a series journeying inside the kitchens of renowned chefs and food personalities.
In our inaugural episode, we visit legendary cookbook author Dorie Greenspan. Dorie welcomes us into her Connecticut home for a tour of her kitchen. During our visit, she shows us the process through which she creates bestselling cookbooks like "Everyday Dorie" and "Dorie's Cookies." Dorie also walks us through a selection of her favorite kitchen tools, including her adorable silicone spatulas and baking sheets. And after all that, she still has the time to make her delicious French vanilla sablé cookies.
These colorful little sandwich cookies turn us all into kids in a candy store. They’re so perfect that the idea of making them is intimidating — but fear not! To learn how to make them, Guillermo met with master pâtissier Jayce Baudry, the executive pastry chef for Daniel Boulud's Épiceries. The chef taught us tricks and techniques to make the process manageable, even for an amateur baker at home.
Contrary to popular belief, May 5th is not Mexican Independence Day. What Cinco de Mayo actually celebrates is the victory of the Mexican army against the French during the Battle of Puebla in 1862.
The holiday in the U.S. with time has become a celebration of Mexican-American culture, and drinking tequila. While it’s fun to indulge in tacos and margaritas, Guillermo decided to visit Casa Publica in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to learn how to make Puebla's most traditional recipe, mole.